Survey spotlights increased competition for U.S. graduate schools, which are increasingly creating degree programs with institutions abroad.
Changes in immigration policies seek to attract and retain more foreign students, who are increasingly a hot commodity the world over.
Shorter programs have grown in recent years, but there's a lack in consistency across home institutions as to their worth -- in the currency of credits, at least.
Duke's business school announces a plan to establish a global network of campuses, all with multiple programs -- and to bring the rest of the university on board.
New York University has tapped Alfred H. Bloom, president of Swarthmore College since 1991, as the inaugural leader for a new branch campus in Abu Dhabi.
Students and parents sue cell phone provider popular among study abroad participants, alleging unfair billing practices.
Northridge graduate student is detained -- latest in a series of incidents involving American scholars or those trying to teach in the United States.
Provider settles with U.S. in a dispute over academic travel in Cuba. But because of stricter regulations (which this case predates), academic exchange remains limited.
Research center starts new project to compare academic salaries in 15 countries. For senior professors, Saudi Arabia leads by far.
Panelists discuss opportunities and pitfalls of partnerships and other endeavors abroad at TIAA-CREF conference.
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